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Porsche
Porsche logo
Founded in 1931
Country: Germany
30 cars included


In-game DescriptionEdit

"Porsche, the famous German car manufacturer, has produced some of the world's most successful sports and racing cars. Founder Ferdinand Porsche's earlier projects ranged from the mighty 16-cylinder Auto Union Grand Prix car to the humble Volkswagen. In 1948, his son introduced the Volkswagen-powered Type 356 sports car. The nimble 356 soon earned Porsche cars a reputation as giant-killers, beating brute force with finesse. Powered by a sophisticated twin-cam engine, Porsche's first purpose-built racer, the 550 Spyder, won its class at Le Mans in 1954 and overall victory in the 1956 Targa Florio.
Porsche continually developed the 356 until 1965, while maintaining its distinctive, curvaceous shape. The same pattern of long-range development continued with the six-cylinder 911, which has been in production since 1964. The 911 has continually evolved, gaining power, performance, and new technology. Even with a switch from the air-cooled version in 1997, the 911 has never looked like anything but its iconic self. The Boxster and Cayman mid-engine roadster and coupe share many design features with the 911. Porsche has also produced a long string of ace and rally victories, including 16 overall victories at Le Mans. Race-winning Porsches include the 550 Spyder, the 904, the Le Mans-dominating 917, 956, and 962, the 911-based GT1, and the RS Spyder. Few manufacturers can match the combination of name recognition and racing success Porsche has achieved."

Forza Expansion DescriptionEdit

"Welcome to the Porsche Expansion Pack for Forza Motosport 4. Porsche has created some of the most iconic cars of the past 50 years. Go to the Buy cars area, select a Porsche, and start your Porsche career."

Car listEdit

Year Model PI
1970 914/6 186F 186 Porsche Expansion Pack
1955 550 Spyder 198F 198 Porsche Expansion Pack
1973 911 Carrera RS 403C 403 Porsche Expansion Pack
1989 944 Turbo 405C 405 Porsche Expansion Pack
1982 911 Turbo 3.3 449B 449 Porsche Expansion Pack
2010 Boxster S 506A 506 Porsche Expansion Pack
2012 Cayman R 520A 520 Porsche Expansion Pack
2012 Cayenne Turbo 534A 534 Porsche Expansion Pack
2010 Panamera Turbo 560A 560 Porsche Expansion Pack
2010 911 Sport Classic 560A 560 Porsche Expansion Pack
2004 911 GT3 565A 565 Porsche Expansion Pack
1995 911 GT2 583A 583 Porsche Expansion Pack
2007 911 GT3 589A 589 Porsche Expansion Pack
2007 911 GT3 RS 592A 592 Porsche Expansion Pack
1987 959 620S 620 Porsche Expansion Pack
2007 911 Turbo (997) 639S 639 Porsche Expansion Pack
2012 911 GT2 RS 667S 667 Porsche Expansion Pack
2003 Carrera GT 672S 672 Porsche Expansion Pack
2005 #66 AXA Racing 911 GT3 Cup 702R3 702 Porsche Expansion Pack
2008 #2 Gruppe Orange Racing 911 GT3 Cup 725R3 725 Porsche Expansion Pack
2011 #23 Alex Job Racing 911 GT3 Cup 733R3 733 Porsche Expansion Pack
2011 #54 Black Swan Racing 911 GT3 Cup 733R3 733 Porsche Expansion Pack
2005 #31 Petersen–White Lightning 911 GT3–RSR 744R3 744 Porsche Expansion Pack
2007 #80 Flying Lizard 911 GT3–RSR 756R3 756 Porsche Expansion Pack
2011 #17 Team Falken 911 GT3–RSR 760R3 760 Porsche Expansion Pack
2011 #045 Flying Lizard 911 GT3–RSR 760R3 760 Porsche Expansion Pack
1998 #26 AG 911 GT–1–98 857R2 857 Porsche Expansion Pack
1987 #17 AG Racing 962c 902R1 902 Porsche Expansion Pack
2008 #7 Penske Racing RS Spyder Evo 953R1 953 Porsche Expansion Pack
2008 #16 Dyson Racing RS Spyder Evo 953R1 953 Porsche Expansion Pack

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